Monday, August 13, 2012

Foreign cash disqualifies Romney from Presidential bid

"No other American presidential candidate has ever left the US to garner campaign contributions from foreign citizens.

There is a reason for this, one that Romney and his staff seem oblivious to and the mainstream media had ignored until just recently.

Using foreign contributions in any American election is a felony.

If you go outside the US, if you stay inside the US, if your contributor is living in the US but not a citizen, any money you get can mean years in jail.

Romney went the whole way, personally campaigning outside the US, soliciting foreign citizens, and humiliating himself and his country with his ignorance and flagrant attempts to trade illegal cash for promises of illegal war.  One could hardly break more laws if one wanted.

Romney has raised millions in foreign cash at fundraising event across Israel and London, those that we know of so far.  One table alone gave him a million in cash.  None was from American citizens.  Fewer than 10% of Romney’s contributors in Israel are estimated to be “dual citizens.” Others may have just flown the money in."

Ever since the field of play has been narrowed down to 2 candidates (excluding Dr. Paul who got shafted of course) I've felt as though Romney was throwing the game to hand Obama the win. Let's face it, accepting the job of head of state and being anything less than the 'Sun of Man', is a surefire bet to ensure you're the next American scapegoat, a punching bag for the citizens of this country, and the world to take their frustrations out on. This is not to stray from the fact that Obama is an invalid Unconstitutional son of a gun whom finds it fit to declare war at will minus Congressional consent. But let's face it, in essence, he's just the teleprompter puppet-in-chief. And Romney will be no different if elected, in fact out the gate I will believe he will be worse. As he didn't lie about his foreign policy regarding war in the debates such as Obama, he made no bones about it, he wants America to be the leading military power globally, and this is not far from the mormon outlook of American exceptionalism. But I digress..
Look at past presidential runners up whom didn't quite fit the bill: John McCain and John Kerry both currently mouthpieces for the 'military industrial complex'. Quite simply, running for office will get you a decent job. So there's no reason R-Money wouldn't throw the game here. This will surely have dire consequences, as like I said, out the gate Romney will be heinous, but here we are on the precipice of Obamas second term, and now he won't have that prospect looming over his head, just think, if he was willing to take it this far under the notion that his actions could possibly lead to consequences which might cost him an extended visit in the White House, then imagine what his position will be unabated. Also though both parties are one in the same, Democrats have a history of being anti-war, though with a Dumbocrat in office declaring multiple wars they will just stand by their man. If a Republican were to take office, surely a portion would oppose such measures which extend the era of perpetual warfare. Either way it's all fucked and I don't plan on voting. Gary Johnsons a step in the right direction, but lets face it, he wont earn nearly enough votes and quite personally I think he should've backed Ron Paul ages ago, as originally that's what he said he was going to do.

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